SC Sheriff releases monthly snapshot

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce released his monthly snapshot of activity, which highlighted the activity within his department during the month of March.The Sheriff’s Office reports that there were a total of 1,183 calls for service, with 40 arrests being made as a whole. There are a total of 12 new drug cases for the month of March, with 26 arrests being made during that period.The average number of inmates for the month was 69, and $47,793.54 was made in the month of March on boarding. The year-to-date total was brought up to $137,775.06 with the March contribution. On the civil side of law enforcement in Seneca County, 78 summons, complaints, and services were filed. There were 19 income executions and six evictions carried out by deputies.The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office was awarded Law Enforcement re-accreditation after an intense review by assessors, according to Luce. Some of the larger highlights included the following arrests:March 11th through 15th: An alleged drug dealer in Waterloo was taken down for multiple counts of selling crack cocaine and heroin. During his arrest the suspect rammed a police car with his car and fled the scene. Two officers were injured; both have recovered and are back to work. In the suspect’s car were a Wanted Person and a Runaway Juvenile out of Rochester that had been missing for months. March 16th: A subject was arrested for allowing his house to be used for trafficking crack cocaine in Seneca County March 21st: A deputy discovered numerous narcotic pills and needles on a traffic stop in Junius. Drug possession arrests were made. March 25th: A crack cocaine dealer was arrested for selling crack in Seneca County.

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